A young boy enlists the help of a dragon to persuade his mother to let him have a dog as a pet.
A moving tale about friendship, new beginnings, and cats.
Boot and Shoe are dogs that live in the same house, eat from the same bowl, and sleep in the same bed but spend their days on separate porches until a squirrel mixes things up.
When his veterinarian mom brings home a stray baby skunk that needs rehabilitation before it can be placed in a wild animal shelter, Bat, who has autism, resolves to prove that he is up to the challenge of caring for the skunk permanently.
When Stella Rodriguez visits NASA, she ends up with a pet black hole. Will her new pet take over her life?
"Miss Bell loves her cat Tiger, despite his tendency to act like a tiger"-- Provided by publisher.
When Lucy, a young bear, discovers a boy lost in the woods, she asks her mother if she can have him as a pet, only to find him impossible to train.
Alexia is delighted when Mr. Cooper brings in Bob, a hognose snake, as class pet, but when Bob keels over, is Andrea's toy poodle or Alexia's neglect to blame?
Cuddly class hamster GW endeavors to make a gift for his new human friend to show support for her participation in a school art show before learning about a dastardly mouse’s plot to sabotage the event.
Invites young readers to guess which animal will be revealed using the given clues and a spy hole.
Trying to win a goldfish at the fair, a boy wins a whale instead.
Although she has considered other pets, a young girl is sure a dinosaur would be the perfect pet and imagines all the things she would do with her dinosaur.
"The dog really did that? You'll recognize your own dog in this entertaining collection of stories about the surprising, amusing, heartwarming things that our dogs do. From dogs who chew shoes to dogs who mend relationships -- from crazy canines who crack us up to intuitive ones who act like therapists -- from dogs who need rescuing to dogs who rescue their owners -- you'll see your own dog with new appreciation for his or her unique skills and intuition. With a special emphasis on the benefits and joys of adopting black dogs, senior dogs, and all the other types of dogs who get left behind, these stories may even motivate you to visit your local shelter." -- Back cover.
When Milly puts a bow on her dog Hugo he feels embarrassed walking by the other neighborhood dogs until he finds out how much fun it can be.
As a boy attempts to convince someone else to take his disappointing pet, he learns to love Norman the goldfish himself.
There's nothing more exciting than getting a dog! Join Sophie's new family as they prepare their home for her and introduce her to life as a beloved pet.
Pax is Peter’s pet fox. One day, Peter’s dad forces him to return Pax to the wild, and they try to find their way back to each other.
When Lin's beloved pet dragon disappears, she searches for him far and wide until a witch helps her to reach the dragon's new home. Introduces a different Chinese character on each step of Lin's adventure.
In this first Fly Guy picture book, Buzz tries to help Fly Guy find the right pet.
While his human Elliot adjusts to his new home and stepfamily, Gizmo, an evil genius guinea pig, searches for a new evil lair where he can plot to take over the world, but Gizmo is constantly thwarted...
A boy wants all of the pets in a pet store but he and his sister can choose only one. End notes discuss Dr. Seuss's pets, his creative process, and the discovery of the manuscript and illustrations for "What Pet Should I Get?"